I recently upgrading ASP.NET MVC 2 solution from Visual Studio 2008 to Visual Studio 2010 (Ultimate Edition). I found that debugging was very slow. Depending on project size, it took around 30 seconds to initialize and another 5 seconds on each page request in my experience.
I tried disabling IntelliTrace (what is IntelliTrace?)
and voila! it got its awesome performance back!
The status quo sucks.
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Yeah, and unless you turn it off you cannot disable edit and continue.
And you can only disable it in ultimate.
So those of us without Ultimate are stuck with stupid Edit&Contiue contiuously trying to compile when doing an edit in debug mode. Jargh!.
@Eric: IntelliTrace is a feature of VS2010 Ultimate edition only, so I don’t think it causes the same issue in other editions.
The only way I know to improve the performance is to disable Edit & Continue option.. Tools -> Options -> Debugging -> Edit & Continue (uncheck the option) & your performance is going to be improved by 200% … 🙂 Enjoy
any script in powershell or cmd for put ON or OFF IntelliTrace?